Eddie Lowrey played senior amateur hockey in Ottawa, Ontario. One of five brothers, all who played professional hockey, he turned pro for a long and lengthy career. As a high flying centerman, his career spanned twelve years with the Ottawa Senators, Toronto Ontarios, and Hamilton Tigers.
After his professional career, he coached for two years at Queens University. In 1927, he came to Ann Arbor to become Michigan’s second head coach. He coached seventeen years at Michigan, coaching a total of 279 games. He was nine winning seasons and won three conference championships. Coach Lowrey passed away 27 November 1973.
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